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Rose Hulse, ScreenHits TV


Rose is the founder and CEO of ScreenHits TV, the streaming video aggregator app that lets consumers place everything they want to watch in one place. Before founding the B2B side of ScreenHits in 2012, Rose was responsible for all music licensing deals, partnerships and bespoke music proposals for Audio Network North America. She joined Audio Network in 2010 from NBCUniversal where she was Director of Studio Partnerships. She held senior roles at the Sundance Institute and The Hollywood Reporter before that.

It is her unyielding drive as an African-American-British woman living in London that has made her a start-up force and example in the global marketplace. Rose has taken her experiences in business development, strategy, marketing and production and crafted a start-up focusing on programming distribution for worldwide content creators as well as a unique platform that allows consumers to integrate all their existing streaming services into one place. It is a game changer and the first of its kind to truly curate the online viewing experience across all different streaming devices.

Rose resides in London with her husband, two daughters and dog. She loves the weather (even though she is from Santa Monica, CA), enjoys her time travelling the English countryside and is a vivacious risk-taker.


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